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Woman Power, 1942


Published 1942


"Scope & Content Women manufacture superchargers for airplane motors.
Reel 1, new workers report at the plant, are interviewed, assigned jobs, and receive uniforms. Trainees are instructed in the operation of turret lathes and multiple drill presses.
Reel 2, women operate milling machines, lathes, grinders, tapping machines, punch presses, and hydraulic presses. Shows superchargers being crated and women's locker room facilities."
National Archives Identifier: 38754
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Run time 17 minutes 56 seconds
Producer United States. Army Air Forces
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
Language English

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